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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / [ANN] WAIFU TOKEN — An Anime-Centric NFT Ecosystem on: December 17, 2020, 12:41:30 AM







A FAIR LAUNCH NFT FARMING PROTOCOL FOR THE ANIME COMMUNITY -- NO TOKEN SALE -- NO TEAM TOKEN UNLOCKS -- LOCKED LIQUIDITY THRU AUGUST 2021

WAIFU ERC-20 TOKEN

LAUNCH DATE: August 5, 2020
NETWORK: Ethereum Mainnet
CONTRACT: 0xB2279B6769CFBa691416F00609b16244c0cF4b20
ETHERSCAN: https://etherscan.io/token/0xB2279B6769CFBa691416F00609b16244c0cF4b20
UNISWAP PAIR: https://app.uniswap.org/#/swap?outputCurrency=0xb2279b6769cfba691416f00609b16244c0cf4b20
TOTAL SUPPLY: 1,000,000,000 WAIF
CIRCULATING SUPPLY: 733,525,878 WAIF
CURRENT MARKET CAP: $850K
LOCKED LIQUIDTY: 52,185/140,488 UNI-V2 (https://v2.unicrypt.network/pair/0xb27C012b36e79dECb305FD1e512bA90eb035a6FA)

HOMEPAGE: https://waifutoken.io/
STAKING PAGE: https://nft.waifutoken.io/
TWITTER: https://twitter.com/WaifuToken
MEDIUM: https://waifutoken.medium.com/
TELEGRAM: https://t.me/waifutoken
DISCORD: https://discord.gg/3KPrp8TbVh
INQUIRIES: info@waifutoken.io

CG: https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/waifu-token/usd#panel
CMC: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/waifu-token/


How do I stake?


The WAIF ERC-20 token is the backbone of our staking economy.


1. WAIF is available through our Uniswap WAIF/ETH pairing.

2. Users must hold WAIF in their wallet and connect to our STAKING portal with MetaMask or another smart wallet.

3. Enter the amount of WAIF or LP  tokens you would like to stake. Note that there is a different field for each type of token you wish to deposit.
Make sure to approve all prompted transactions.

4. You can unstake and receive your earned HAREM tokens at any time. You may have to refresh to see your updated rewards.

5. If you have at least 100 HAREM, go ahead and claim your first common from the GALLERY page! The ERC-1155 token will be transferred to your
wallet and you now have full ownership of this token. Congrats — she’s all yours!

6. You can now send her anywhere, but we hope you want to keep her, senpai.

WAIF/ETH UNISWAP MARKET

2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: DXDAO on: May 20, 2020, 03:31:25 AM
This is the most comprehensive implementation of a DAO I've come across. Really excited to follow along and contribute to the growth of DXdao  Cheesy
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is the Devil "Reallyest Realest News in Crypto" on: May 09, 2020, 08:11:24 PM
RIP COIN
DeepBrain Chain: “We’ve Stolen Your Money”
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is the Devil "Reallyest Realest News in Crypto" on: September 24, 2019, 08:06:11 PM
Good Night.
Going on Hiatus because I'm Broke
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is the Devil "Reallyest Realest News in Crypto" on: September 17, 2019, 03:59:17 PM
A Little Close to Home...
Delusional Bagholder Unphased by Exchange Delisting
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is the Devil "Reallyest Realest News in Crypto" on: September 06, 2019, 11:08:37 PM
Scamcoin Central
Nobody is Participating in Bitconnect 2.0
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is the Devil "Reallyest Realest News in Crypto" on: September 06, 2019, 12:41:26 AM
Hot off the Press!
In Unprecedented First, Ripple Team Leverages Fork to Dump Twice as Many Coins
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is the Devil "Reallyest Realest News in Crypto" on: September 02, 2019, 09:48:57 PM
Some fresh content for your Labor Day
Local Man Uses Kids in “Bitcoin Lemonade Stand” Viral Stunt
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is the Devil "Reallyest Realest News in Crypto" on: August 30, 2019, 09:03:50 PM
Double Content this lovely Friday!
BSV Developer Who Made a Ponzi Game: Grateful to be Assessed ‘On the Value of My Work’
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is the Devil "Reallyest Realest News in Crypto" on: August 30, 2019, 08:19:52 PM
Protect yourself from bad actors!
‘That One’ PR Company Providing Service to ICO Scams Pays Workers Less than Minimum Wage
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is the Devil "Reallyest Realest News in Crypto" on: August 28, 2019, 10:03:22 PM
It's that time again!
After Losing Suit, Craig Wright Files for Detox Tea Company
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is the Devil "Reallyest Realest News in Crypto" on: August 28, 2019, 03:00:00 AM
EXTRA EXTRA
Financial Dominatrix Boasts Exponential Earnings After Incorporating Shitcoin
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is the Devil "Reallyest Realest News in Crypto" on: August 26, 2019, 08:22:37 PM
Another day, another shitpost
XRP Officer Signs Resignation, Here's What He's Trading Now
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Bitcoin is the Devil "Reallyest Realest News in Crypto" on: August 19, 2019, 10:24:40 PM
The Reallyest Realest News in Crypto


Bitcoin is the Devil is a personal satire blog regarding all things cryptocurrency. This thread represents a medium for publications to be seen and discussed.

TODAY'S POST:
Adamant Supporter on 99% Losses: ‘But the Fundamentals were so Strong’
https://bitcoinisthedevil.com/2019/08/19/adamant-supporter-on-99-losses-but-the-fundamentals-were-so-strong/
15  Other / Meta / Re: Yobit spam on the forum on: May 06, 2019, 04:33:55 PM
I'm late to the conversation- but I'm pretty disappointed this ban took place. Signatures have always been a topic of controversy and I've always been a strong proponent. I think that the world is shifting to a global, digital economy that crypto will be the backbone of. Micro-jobs like sig campaigns are laying the foundation and connecting individuals in third world and developing countries to legitimate earning incentives. The calm before the storm, if you will.

I'll leave my opinion on Yobit aside, but I don't think it's a sound precedent to outright ban particular campaigns or signatures. It could have been handled on an individual basis, with spammers being banned. I get that it's more hassle that way but last I checked this forum has no shortage of resources. Fingers crossed this doesn't lead to more signature or discussion bans in the future.
16  Other / Serious discussion / Re: Why do some people hate Bitcoin and crypto and want it to fail? on: May 06, 2019, 04:21:56 PM
Bitcoin and cryptocurrency are very threatening to a lot of the rich and powerful in the world. Moreso than just its role as a potentially disruptive form of currency, the potential of crypto suggests that it can play a fundamental role in a paradigmatic shift in society and global economy. People who are doing quite well in the fabric of today's society are, of course, dedicated to protecting the status quo and themselves by extension.

Now, that doesn't explain why Auntie Sue and Barber Joe hate crypto. They would stand to benefit from a shakeup that dethrones the bankers and politicians. They hate it because they don't know it stands to benefit and the ones it threatens are actively working to mis-educate the masses to hate crypto.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: I think this is the first coin to be useful after removed from all markets on on: May 06, 2019, 04:17:21 PM
From an ideological standpoint, one should be able to argue that any coin continues to "be useful" without exchange listing (I would add the caveat that said coin also maintains some level of community). These situations have happened before, where communities stay faithful to or revive coins that are abandoned at face value. Sumcoin comes to mind in this regard. We might see this with Bitcoin SV as well if more exchanges continue to delist it.
18  Other / Meta / Re: grin is now accepted for forum payments on: January 26, 2019, 05:38:18 PM
We saw Grin jump from $3 to over $200 on this announcement.

Incorrect. A couple of coins exchanged for extremely small amounts of money (I'm talking $20.00 worth of bitcoins for some grin at ridiculous prices) doesn't mean you or I could have actually sold at $200. Maybe one person sold 0.1 grin for that price. Great for them. Also, even if there was significantly more volume, on day 2 (after the 1440 block waiting period for coinbase transactions) the price would have ended up tanking just the same. Btw, the price started at $200 and dropped like a rock. Where are you seeing a pump from $3.00 to $200.00?

The grin community was already aware that Theymos liked it because of his post in the ANN thread. The technology is amazing. I'd suggest doing a little research. It's not bitcoin with a fancy hat and a new name, it's a brand new coin with brand new untested tech. Even if this impliment fails I think mimblewimble is here to stay (even if not in this exact form). Saying that this announcement somehow caused hype is hilarious. Why wouldn't the other post cause this amazing hype?

Lastly, how many grin do you really think bitcointalk has gotten from this so far? I doubt it's creating the amount of hype that you're talking about. I'm all for a 6666.66% pump, but it's not going to happen because Theymos decided to accept grin for copper membership etc. You and I both know that.

If he's wrong about grin I guess you're going to start a lawsuit right? That's the only sensible thing to do. /s

The actual "pump and dump" might be overstated by the graphs, but where would it be trading without the announcement? Probably not at $4. Do you seriously think that an announcement from the largest and longest standing crypto community that they are, for the first time, supporting an altcoin for payments isn't a big deal?

I've actually taken some time to research Grin and have been familiar with MimbleWimble. MimbleWimble is cool and different: a lot of the other peculiarities are garbage. I mentioned this in the ann thread, but it makes no fundamental sense why a pure privacy coin should have an infinite supply. That debate is neither here nor there.

The sentiment that "every altcoin is a Bitcoin clone but this one!!" is complete garbage. Sure, 99% of altcoins are garbage, but that 1% still accounts for dozens of new and unique projects. The idea that new tech means it's worthwhile is silly as well. What about EOS? Really a joke of a project, but fits the fundamentals shared by Theymos and others as being worthwhile and different. It's built from the ground up, uses a system of governance and delegation, and redistributes the burden of use of the network. This is all quite different from Bitcoin. Why not add EOS as well?

Saying everything is stupid and a clone is a massive oversight of the development in the space for the past few years. That sentiment was valid until 2013~.

I feel like the price will continue going down slowly over time so it doesn't really matter if it's $1, $5 or $10 today. I'm not that short sighted.

EOS is basically Ripple with smart contracts. It's the complete and total opposite type of governance than any cypherpunk project. Not exactly your best argument. On-chain Censorship isn't a feature and if EOS was accepted here I'd be extremely concerned.

Forking Bitcoin and making it more private, more fungible, adding smart contracts, asset layers - whatever it may be, they all basically function the same way. Sure there are little wins  here and there, but they can easily be added to Bitcoin if they're a viable soution. Mimblewimble is fundamentally different and will be interesting to watch in the future. Grin's devs thought of the most fair way to launch the coin and the most fair way to distribute them. Do I agree with the infinite supply? Hell no. But it sounds like a 9/10 for me vs. beam which is 1/10 (mimblewimble). It's all an experiment, but I'd rather be part of this experiment than some half-baked idea that's just taking the old tech and slapping someone on it. It's boring, it's uncreative and it's not going to wow anyone. Mimblewimble (and thus grin) wows me. Apparently it also wows Theymos and lots of others in the community.

You don't have to like it, but it's already happened so you do need to get over it.

I, too, would be extremely concerned if EOS were accepted here. It's an awful project. But- it's different. According to Theymos that's the number one indicator of worth of an altcoin. The technical overlaps between EOS and Ripple are quite minimal... only overlap is they are both centralized.

Regardless, if anything that is blockchain is "just another Bitcoin clone" what about the dozens of coins that don't use a blockchain: IOTA uses tanglenet. NANO is DAG. Beam is MimbleWimble (how would you feel if we were having this conversation about Beam and Grin was the one left out?) Not to mention how shortsighted of an argument it is that blockchain = Bitcoin... a majority of the top alternative blockchains utilize consensus mechanisms far different from Bitcoin. Saying every altcoin is a BTC clone is ridiculously ignorant of the current state of the space and the direction it's gone over the past few years.

The point of having a discussion about this is because Theymos has been taking the authoritarian approach on various matters for years. We've been having the same conversation since Bitcoin XT (and probably earlier, tho I wasn't around for that). For people who actually care about decentralization, the role Theymos plays in the space is one of the biggest shortcomings throughout said space.

Since he has undivided control over the future of his own position, the only thing there is to do is talk about it.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [BOUNTY][IEO]🔵🔵Bluenote🔵🔵THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROTOCOL🗺️🏠🆒✅ on: January 26, 2019, 05:28:59 PM
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20  Other / Meta / Re: grin is now accepted for forum payments on: January 24, 2019, 04:32:36 PM
We saw Grin jump from $3 to over $200 on this announcement.

Incorrect. A couple of coins exchanged for extremely small amounts of money (I'm talking $20.00 worth of bitcoins for some grin at ridiculous prices) doesn't mean you or I could have actually sold at $200. Maybe one person sold 0.1 grin for that price. Great for them. Also, even if there was significantly more volume, on day 2 (after the 1440 block waiting period for coinbase transactions) the price would have ended up tanking just the same. Btw, the price started at $200 and dropped like a rock. Where are you seeing a pump from $3.00 to $200.00?

The grin community was already aware that Theymos liked it because of his post in the ANN thread. The technology is amazing. I'd suggest doing a little research. It's not bitcoin with a fancy hat and a new name, it's a brand new coin with brand new untested tech. Even if this impliment fails I think mimblewimble is here to stay (even if not in this exact form). Saying that this announcement somehow caused hype is hilarious. Why wouldn't the other post cause this amazing hype?

Lastly, how many grin do you really think bitcointalk has gotten from this so far? I doubt it's creating the amount of hype that you're talking about. I'm all for a 6666.66% pump, but it's not going to happen because Theymos decided to accept grin for copper membership etc. You and I both know that.

If he's wrong about grin I guess you're going to start a lawsuit right? That's the only sensible thing to do. /s

The actual "pump and dump" might be overstated by the graphs, but where would it be trading without the announcement? Probably not at $4. Do you seriously think that an announcement from the largest and longest standing crypto community that they are, for the first time, supporting an altcoin for payments isn't a big deal?

I've actually taken some time to research Grin and have been familiar with MimbleWimble. MimbleWimble is cool and different: a lot of the other peculiarities are garbage. I mentioned this in the ann thread, but it makes no fundamental sense why a pure privacy coin should have an infinite supply. That debate is neither here nor there.

The sentiment that "every altcoin is a Bitcoin clone but this one!!" is complete garbage. Sure, 99% of altcoins are garbage, but that 1% still accounts for dozens of new and unique projects. The idea that new tech means it's worthwhile is silly as well. What about EOS? Really a joke of a project, but fits the fundamentals shared by Theymos and others as being worthwhile and different. It's built from the ground up, uses a system of governance and delegation, and redistributes the burden of use of the network. This is all quite different from Bitcoin. Why not add EOS as well?

Saying everything is stupid and a clone is a massive oversight of the development in the space for the past few years. That sentiment was valid until 2013~.
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